Overview of Pan-Canadian Framework actions in 2019
The Government of Canada has released the Pan-Canadian Framework Third Annual Synthesis Report outlining progress made over the past year by federal, provincial, and territorial governments in implementing Canada’s climate plan, the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. Collaboration between federal, provincial, and territorial governments as well as with Indigenous Peoples, businesses, and civil society remained a high priority to ensure the success of actions spanning all sectors of the Canadian economy.
The Pan-Canadian Framework is built on four pillars: pricing carbon pollution; complementary actions to reduce emissions across the economy; adaptation and climate resilience; and clean technology, innovation, and jobs. The Pan-Canadian Framework includes more than fifty concrete actions that cover all sectors of the Canadian economy and puts Canada on a path toward meeting our Paris Agreement GHG-emissions-reduction target of 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.
In 2019, significant progress continued to be made across the four pillars of the Pan-Canadian Framework:
- Carbon-pollution pricing is in place across Canada.
- Governments continued to:
- fund programs focused on energy efficiency to help people and businesses save money while reducing their emissions;
- make progress on a number of adaptation initiatives to manage risks, build resilience, and help ensure that Canadian communities thrive in a changing climate; and
- take action to support the development, commercialization, and adoption of clean technology in Canada; promote collaboration across jurisdictions; and establish a clean-technology data strategy.
To view the report: Pan-Canadian Framework Third Annual Synthesis Report
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